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Landscape View facing Bismarck Elementary School

PreK - 4th

Bismarck Elementary School

11636 Hwy 84
Bismarck, Arkansas 71929
Phone: 501-865-3616

Landscape View facing Bismarck Middle School

5th - 8th

Bismarck Middle School

11636 Highway 84
Bismarck, Arkansas 71929
Phone: 501-865-4543

Landscape View facing Bismarck High School

9th - 12th

Bismarck High School

11636 Hwy 84
Bismarck, Arkansas 71929
Phone: 501-865-4541
Fax: 501-865-4542

Contact Information

Bismarck School District
11636 Hwy 84
Bismarck, Arkansas 71929

District Office Hours

 Monday - Friday

7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.


Phone: 501-865-4888

District Calendar

Upcoming Events

Current Weather


Temperature: 90˚F

Current Condition: Humid

Wind Speeds: 4.73mph

Chance of Precipitation: 0%

5-day Outlook

Temperature: 94/74
Humid throughout the day.
Temperature: 95/74
Humid throughout the day.
Temperature: 93/72
Humid throughout the day.
Temperature: 90/71
Humid throughout the day.
Temperature: 89/70
Rain until morning, starting again in the evening.


Commissioned School Security Officer Program (CSSO)

Although Bismarck School District has already implemented numerous additional safety features/procedures the past few years, they are happy to have full-time SRO Deputy Justin Baker. Surveys show that SRO’s increase feelings of safety among students, teachers, and administrators. They can also deter aggressive behavior, and empower staff to maintain order and address behavioral issues in a timely manner, diminish classroom time spent on discipline and behavioral disruptions, improve school safety, and improve relationships between law enforcement and youth.

Bismarck Schools will also have commissioned school security officers in addition to its one school resource officer beginning in 2020. No teachers will be armed, only a handful of non-instructional staff volunteered to train to become CSSO's. The decision to adopt the CSSO program was approved at a school board meeting back in May 2019.

The volunteers underwent 60 hours of intensive training with law enforcement. The school district says it wants CSSO's on and around campuses should there ever be a school threat or serious situation which warrants additional security in a timely manner. The CSSO’s will work in close correlation with HSC law enforcement and will undergo an additional 12+ hours of training each year in order to maintain their certification.

For safety reasons, how many CSSO's there will be, or who they are, will not be publicly shared. We believe having CSSO's at the schools serves as a preemptive measure to keep students safe. District officials feel that it is best practice that only non-instructional staff perform in this role to avoid that direct interaction with students.

Bismarck School District has also played an active role in the development of the Hot Spring County Conversations, Our Vision for the Future, county-wide plan, where representatives from throughout the county and district prioritized areas of importance. Public Safety and Law Enforcement was a priority area for the Bismarck community so BSD has taken a proactive approach for the school setting. We want to do our part to support our community and work toward an even greater Bismarck.



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